Congrats George Washington- got yourselves a hell of a coach. You will find yourselves winning basketball games, getting excellent recruits and beating out schools that used to beat you out for the same kids. This happened at Vermont- we won a number of recruiting battles over schools in higher conferences.
Here's a short-list of the players Lonergan was able to recruit to Vermont in his short time:
Joe Trapani (ultimately transferred to BC, had a great career there)
Marqus Blakely (D League/Houston Rockets)
But what's better than that, is we had a kid like Joey Accaoui become a 12ppg scorer his senior year, and a kid like Evan Fjeld develop into a 1st-team all-conference player their senior years. Lonergan maximizes his player's abilities.
Lonergan will also graduate his players and your teams will defend and rebound. I think his teams will be even better because the players will be a bit higher caliber and will be able to execute his offense better.
He isn't the type of guy your going to find making balloon animals for the kids at your back yard bbq, he's not going to go all Bruce Pearl and paint his chest orange and excite a crown, but he will be solid and he will win- he's done it at every level of his career. His substitution patterns will bewilder you at first, but it's something that will grow on you and it's part of his strategy- he likes a deep team.
He will schedule aggressively- though he was really forced to at Vermont because it was the only way the team could compete at a high level given the overall (lack) of competition in our conference.
Bottom Line, In six year from now you'll be hoping he's staying at your school the same way UVM fans are today. Maybe less.